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Ham Radio Operators play a vital role during Hurricane Florence

A news clip from WBRC Fox6 News in Birmingham Alabama showing the vital role ham radio operators play during disasters such as Hurricane Florence. Jackson County Amateur Radio and Jackson County ARES/RACES: https://jcar.us Full credit and ownership of this video belong to WBRC Fox6 News Birmingham. https://www.wbrc.com/ Source

AMATEUR RADIO PHILIPPINES: DX1PRS NETCALL AUGUST 13,2019

Amateur radio group in the Philippines within District 1. Conducting its Net Call on VHF Amateur Radio Band FM Mode. Monday- Saturday 8pm (+8:00 UTC) Source

HRN 298: Boy Scouts and Ham Radio on Ham Radio Now

HamRadioNow’s newish co-host David Goldenberg W0DHG wears many hats. One of them is Scoutmaster for Troop 22 in Woodland Hills, CA, where he introduces his Scouts to Amateur Radio, among many other life skills. Scouting is one of the most effective connections between Amateur Radio and young people. In this episode, David and Gary KN4AQ…

Radio at War – Ham Radio and Military Radio Communications WWII

Amateur Radio to the importance of Radio Communication during Word War II This is an RCA 1944 documentary depicting radio communications during World War II. Source

Listen To Ham Radio Online Live

Over 400 websites allow you to listen to ham radio online. There are two main “flavors” of technology offering this free service. WebSDR with its rudimentary user interface (UI) allows over a hundred listeners simultaneously. This means that their receiver-server… Continue Reading →

WB8NUT – Digital Modes Information Page

Join the Fun!! Communication technologies that are specifically designed to improve “live” HF keyboard operation can now be achieved which were previously only theory, too complex, or too costly to implement to be practical. Thanks to the generosity of radio… Continue Reading →

YOTA Interviews at HAM RADIO 2019

What attracts us to ham radio? Why did you starts this wireless hobby? Great tips are here to invite new youngsters!! YOTA Japan made interviews to YOTA friends gathered at Friedrichshafen HAM RADIO 2019 from all over the world. —- [Produced by] YOTA Japan Web: http://jouban.jp/yota-ja/ Twitter: @hamyota_japan [Music] “Music Atelier Amacha” https://amachamusic.chagasi.com/ [Photo] Pictures…

Amateur Radio’s Next Generation by N0SSC – Full Reupload

This is my presentation on youth in ham radio – how to get young people interested, what works, what doesn’t, game theory, and more. This was my first speech at a hamfest on this topic, and the livestream broke a lot, but luckily I had an audio backup at 30:34 (hence the change in how…

Log Your Ham Radio Contacts on the Internet- Part 1

TelescopeMan reviews the different ways he logs ham contacts across the internet., using an ADIF file. By the way the next video will include information on logging to the ARRL- Logbook of the World- LOTW. I separated this site into a 2nd video. Many radio operators pursue Awards– if you do not log electronically you…

Passing ARRL Field Day messages the easy way with packet radio

The annual ARRL Field Day event provides 200 bonus points for sending eleven messages offsite via RF: one to, for example, the local section manager and ten more NTS messages to anyone. The usual CW and phone traffic nets get clogged easily during this crush, but with packet radio you can egress the messages via…

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